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-known globally, gains international destinations such as london and cities in latin america. both gain in the u.s. "american's got great postion in ny and miami. u.s. airways brings in charlotte, philadelphia national. it's going to be good for business travelers." if the merger is approved by anti-trust regulators, 86% of domestic flights would be handled by american and three other carriers: united, delta and southwest. already, analysts predict airfare will rise 5% across the board this year. some think the merger assures that beyond this year. "there will still be competition, but it does mean slightly higher fares." as for frequent flyers, miles on both carriers will be combined. but miles earned on u.s. airways, currently applied to united, will shift to american, but not right away. in fact, it may take seveal months before passengers see any significant effect. the merger still has be approved by federal anti-trust regulators, american's bankruptcy judge and shareholders of u.s. airways. carnival is working to get passengers home following a four-day cruise that turned into a more-than-
to concerns over the bank's massive 2012 trading debacle. "in light of the london whale, the financial crisis of 2008, the libor crisis, the municipal bid rigging crisis, we think there is a problem with risk management at jpmorgan and we want an independent person running the board on behalf of shareholders." last month, dimon's compensation was cut in half. we reached jp morgan chase, but a spokesman declined comment. banks for a while have been criticized for not lending, but that's changing. commercial loans to business were up 16% in 2012. banks are benefitting from a lot of cash on hand. deposits have surged to $9 trillion, up 29% since 2008. in our cover story, it has been ten years since fire killed a hundred people and injured hundreds more at a rhode island night club, the tragedy made worse, many believe, because the building did not have automatic fire sprinklers. yet even after ten years of trying, the push for more sprinklers has been largely unsuccessful. it resumes next week in congress. when fire erupted at the station, a nightclub in west warwick, rhode island, rob feeney th
and you're going through london and you're couch-surfing, your travel insurance is going to be a lot less than if you are 65 and you are going to guatemala to hike. and the older you get, the more expensive it is. > i still feel people might buy this and then something is not covered. so what does it include? > > you could get a really jacked-up medical insurance plan that is going to cost you 200, 300 bucks; or you could get a basic plan that will only cost you, say, $25 or $30. so, you need to look at the policies, you need to see what you have on your own insurance policy - remember, if you are on medicare, you do not have coverage outside of the country - and you just need to look at that and compare and shop around. do not, do not buy travel insurance from a travel agent, because they get commissions on that, and they are not really selling you the best policy for you. > good to know. you can find more on marketwatch.com. that is jennifer waters of consumer confidential. thanks jen. > > thank you. still ahead, how to budget for the rising cost of college. that's next. and there's a
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